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Ineligible recipients could have been included in the list either by accident or through fraud.
The school was fined $100 and forced to forfeit its first three varsity boys soccer games of the season because it played an ineligible foreign exchange student.
The report suggested that 32% of employed women were ineligible to be enrolled automatically compared to 16% of male workers; 30% of disabled workers did not qualify; 81% of carers did not qualify; and 55% of employees in the service sector qualified compared to between 70% and 90% in other sectors.
Under Notice 2015-37, an individual who may enroll in a Children's Health Insurance buy-in program (CHIP) that has been recognized as minimum essential coverage by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will be treated as eligible for minimum essential coverage under the program, and therefore ineligible for a premium tax credit, only for the period the individual is enrolled.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Thursday he contacted the league for clarification on how eligible and ineligible receivers will be identified in the Super Bowl.
But the dreams of the Ebbw Vale boxer have now been dashed because she competed at a World kickboxing tournament last year which has deemed Brace ineligible.
A spokesman for the LDCC said: "Members of the Management Committee met with officials from Hightown CC on Tuesday to inform them of our decision and also to discuss apparent information about ineligible players.
FA rules say that: "Any club found to have played an ineligible player in a match shall have any points gained from that match deducted.
Nurses deemed only 3% of women to be ineligible for oral contraceptive use because of hypertension, despite the fact that 11% of women had blood pressure at or above the threshold for ineligibility proposed by the World Health Organization (140/90 mm Hg).
The Minister said: Farm businesses that currently hold SFP entitlements will shortly receive an application form which they can use to tell DARD of any ineligible areas they used to establish entitlements in 2005.
An official Nomads statement read: "Following intensive, behind the scenes liaison involving the FAW, the club management team, the Gap Connah's Quay Nomads committee, senior players and gap personnel, gap Connah's Quay Nomads have decided to cancel their appeal against the one-point penalty issued by the FAW, for the alleged fielding of an ineligible player.
Frontsin found that workers are more likely to be ineligible because of the type of employee they are and less likely to be ineligible because they are new to their jobs.